The Georgian Foreign Ministry decided to return Ambassador Teimuraz Sharashenidze to Kiev. He had previously been recalled by the appointment of ex-President Mikhail Saakashvili as chairman of the Executive Committee of Ukraine’s Reforms.
Georgian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani told the Rustavi 2 TV channel that “the situation around Ukraine is heating up.” Against this background, Tbilisi decided that the Georgian ambassador should be present. In the near future, a decision will be made on his return.
Earlier, the head of the DPR said that the most acute period on the line of contact in Donbass in the last years of the conflict has begun. As Russian Senator Alexei Pushkov noted, Ukraine wants to involve NATO in the confrontation in Donbas in a different way. He added that the stakes around Donbass are being raised in Kiev after Biden came to power in the United States.